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MTA Awards Contract to Rebuild South Ferry Subway Station

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The new South Ferry subway station was less than four years old when it was decimated by Hurricane Sandy, forcing the MTA to return the old "obsolete" South Ferry station to use. Now, two years after the storm, the MTA has awarded Judlau Contracting Inc. a 31-month, $194 million contract to rebuild the station, which had cost $545 million in the first place. The rebuilding, according to the Daily News, will include retractable flood doors at station entrances, as well as "hardening" other entry points for water. It is expected to be completed in 2017.
· $194 million contract awarded to upgrade South Ferry subway station [NYDN]
· South Ferry Station coverage [Curbed]